“Save Once, View Anywhere” with Facebook’s new feature

“Save Once, View Anywhere” with Facebook’s new feature

Facebook is introducing a new ‘Save’ feature which, like many other apps and services, allows you to save articles or posts you see in your News Feed and view them at another time.

This feature can be perfect for quickly getting caught up on your News Feed without viewing every post or article at once, then doing so when you have a quiet chance.

Save will allow you to swipe right and tap the ‘Saved’ button to view them all, or if you forget, you will see reminders of your saves periodically in your News Feed.

We will start to see the Save feature in the next few days as the update rolls out to Android, iOS and web browsers.

 

source: Newsroom 

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